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Robert Morris

Robert Morris hosting Select-A-Seat day for basketball

Paul Schofield

With Robert Morris set to open the UPMC Events Center for basketball in November, the university is giving alumni and fans a chance to select their seats during an open house Sept. 14 prior to the football game against Dayton.

Fans can park in the lower lot and enter via the Peoples gate.

This is the inaugural season at the UPMC Events Center. Along with nine Northeast Conference games, the Colonials will host Pitt on Nov. 12 and Geneva on a date to be announced.

Basketball season tickets are on sale via Ticketmaster.

Contact the RMU athletics ticket office at 412-397-4949 or [email protected] with any questions.

Paul Schofield is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Paul by email at [email protected] or via Twitter .

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